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Old Dec 30, 2015, 12:33 PM   #1
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Default ....E-M1 w/ZD 9-18 @ in camera HDR

A couple weeks back (12-11-15) I made a trip to a local park to see some new art sculptures along the east side of AT&T stadium (Arlington, TX USA).

For that outing I decided on the ZD 9-18 and to make the files as HDR1 out of the EM-1, something I've done only a couple times before.

With winter foliage color and a bright clear day this is what resulted.



























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Old Dec 30, 2015, 10:31 PM   #2
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Those are impressive, Bob. Excellent dynamic range without any of the "plastic" look so often seen with HDR processing.
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Very nicely done Bob. I'm surprised Jerry Jones hasn't burned down the stadium with the way the Cowboys are playing.
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Really, really nice Bob. Great results, and I've said this before, but that 9-18 four-thirds Zuiko is one sweet lens. One couldn't have processed a raw file to look any nicer.
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Very nice pictures Bob,

That place looks very interesting, my favorite is the last shot.

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interesting set bob, I enjoyed the sculptures and the dynamic range from the hdr is good, although to my eyes the sky seems a bit blown out in a few pictures, surprised it didn't do a better job there.
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Great selection Bob some very interesting sculplures, love the rich colours.
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....thanks everyone for the comments.

Next time there I will use the 14-54 and visit yet another linear park in the same but nearer to AT&T stdm path for more HDR files. More art sculptures are to be added along both linear parks so this summer may be interesting.... and fun photography there.
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I messed around a little with them this past weekend with some black & white film using a Leica M6..


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.........great, glad you did, this piece is my favorite of what has been set. I did not know you have an M6, I thought you were using the CONTAX for film. I lke all the photos you did there. AT&T stadium kinda lends toward B&W, I will try some of it.

I've been thinking of doing some B&W there too.... and for this year, I need something to keep my interest in 'parks' photography positive.
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